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Realizing she hadn't been hurt, she gingerly extended her hand to the shower, as the others watched her bravery, doubtingly. When she smiled more and more broadly, everybody clapped and chattered and thrust their hands into the spewing water.
While their hearts and understanding of grief no doubtingly went out to the miners of Senghenydd, it would not have in any way ever "overshadowed the deaths" of their loved ones.
"I be afraid he'd blow the whole thing up," said Absalom, doubtingly.
One must hope, doubtingly, that more normal and calmer conditions will prevail by 18th February.
Henry's Cartesian incredulity--you ate a young woman, therefore you write--is matched by Catherine's equally skeptical response: "'I have sometimes thought,' said Catherine, doubtingly, 'whether ladies do write so much better letters than gentlemen.
speak so doubtingly, and use so often, perhaps, it seems, it is not improbable, and other such expressions, as argue a diffidence of the truth of the opinions I incline to, and that I should be so shy of laying down principles, and sometimes of so much as venturing at explications" (Shapin & Schaffer, 1985, p.